Explanation Of MCU Examination Results?
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The diagnosis of a disease is made based on a physical examination that is matched with the results of the investigation. Supporting examinations can be in the form of laboratory tests, radiological examinations, and others. So we can only describe the lab results, without determining the diagnosis.
Based on your lab results, it is found that your liver enzymes have increased slightly. An increase in liver enzymes occurs when there is damage or disruption of some liver cells. Disorders can be in the form of infections, drug effects, alcohol effects, fatty liver, cirrhosis, or liver tumors.
Your serology results state that there is a hepatitis B virus in your blood. However, it is not accompanied by an increase in antibodies to the virus. That is, you do not have immunity against the hepatitis B virus. As you might know, the hepatitis B virus enters the body through blood and sexual relations. In certain cases, some of the hepatitis B virus protein can be in the blood through vaccination. Because the vaccination included only a portion of the viral protein and not a living virus, intact post-vaccination HBsAg values did not indicate infection. Did you just get a hepatitis B vaccination? In rare cases, post hepatitis B vaccination, there will be a positive HBsAg within 2 weeks after that. The positive value will then disappear and be replaced with a positive anti-HBs value, when the body's immunity has formed.
To determine whether hepatitis is chronic or not, several serological examinations should be performed. Please bring this result back to the treating doctor so the doctor can determine the diagnosis and determine the next action. If indeed you are positive for hepatitis B infection, then anti-viral therapy should be started immediately.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.